In House Website Launch

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In House Website Launch

Project 2012-01-10 19:03:39 +1300

Update - We did it!

Thanks to the promotion via PledgeMe In House had web designers Tim Lewton and Jamie Connor offer free hosting space and design! Go to www.inhousecreativeprojects.com on Feb 1st to see the finished site...

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In House creative projects is a curatorial initiative working within start up and established venues (retail, cafe, corporate, clubs and bars) and artist run spaces.  We have  an international network of independent curators, collectives, photographers, filmmakers, interdisciplinary artists, writers, designers, producers, musicians and promoters.  Our focus is on strengthening the independent careers of creative professionals through the running of events, exhibitions and workshops.

With a head quarters now in Auckland we are currently programing for the new exhibition space: Number 4 Gallery, situated behind K’ Rd at 4 Cross Street.

Our launch party and inaugural exhibition of 2012; Space is the Place opens at 8pm on March 1st.  Like us on Facebook for updates!
 

Who we are:

Joanna Galvin
Joanna Galvin holds a BFA from Whitecliffe School of Art and Design.  She  is an artist, photographer, curator and the Director of In House creative projects.  Born in Auckland she has lived in Vienna and mostly recently, London.  Jo begun curating upon returning to Auckland  from a year in London in 2003 at K’ Rds NU creative space.  She then went on to run Kiss and Make up club with established Auckland based promoter Matthew Crawley, where the club denizens became her subjects and the walls her gallery.  Her passionate relationship with photography and the camera itself led her to co-curate Project Lomo 1 &  Project Lomo 2 with Japanese artist Akinonbu Uchimoto, celebrating the art of snap shot photography, by artist and enthusiast.  Following a year long commitment to Cross Street Studios, her and fellow artist London based Leah Forsyth established Liberty Gallery, a pop up curatorial concept project that exhibited artists such as New Zealands own Imogen Taylor and introduced Belgium artist Ward Zwart.  Her most recent curation was that of Long White Cloud Gallery and Cafe in London’s east end, Hoxton where she was involved in the initial set up of the gallery space with In House London team who co-curated 5 exhibitions involving 52 international and London based artists. www.joannagalvin.com

Lia Kent Mackillop
A new addition to the In House curatorial team is Lia Kent Mackillop who is also a photographer, sculptor and  BFA Hons graduate from the Elam School of Fine Art. Lia was born in London, and has traveled extensively between the United Kingdom, the United States, and Aotearoa / New Zealand. Her nomadic background has contributed to her focus on travel and space in aspects of her work.  When she’s not out on shoots or going to shows, Lia can often be found at 95bFM. She is the creator of the ‘Who Arted?’ feature on Charlotte Ryan’s Morning Glory and continues to host the Monday Drive show.

Hannah Sarney
Not only is Auckland born and bred Hannah Sarney the In House Social Media Strategist, she is also a producer for one of New Zealand’s leading news websites. She’s in charge of sorting through and editing down the daily death, destruction and intolerance that amounts to ‘world news’. It also means she spends a lot of time faffing about on Facebook, Twitter and Tumblr. She’s spent the last six years hosting shows on 95bFM and is currently settled into the Saturday night request show. While she studied politics and sociology, a disposable camera is never far from her hand when she’s out and about.
 
Erin Forsyth
Curator and In House creative projects collaborator Erin Forsyth is a believer in creative thought and creative application.  Director of shared studio space Method and Manners and curatorial projects based company The Busy Nice, both established in 2009, she is also the former arts editor of The New Order Magazine and has worked as a freelance curator and prolific illustrator for over a decade.  Erins clients include Insight and Workshop Clothing, Children of Vision and Public Gallery.  She has exhibited extensively throughout New Zealand and Australia and her candidly dark illustrations and paintings have featured in local and international publications such as Lurve, Pulp, Yen and Black magazines.
www.erinforsyth.wordpress.com
 

Some Artists we've worked with:

  • Aaron King-Cole
  • ALAN & GRETCHEN
  • Anna Blackburn
  • Christiaan Nagel
  • Daisy Jones
  • Dominque Crowe
  • Erin Forsyth
  • Estella Castle
  • Freya Hobbs
  • Gavin Surgey
  • Haze Burke
  • Henrietta Harris
  • Imogen Taylor
  • Jo Galvin
  • Johnny Egdell
  • Jon Bergman
  • Jurgita Kalvaityte
  • Katie Elder
  • Keiran McGrath
  • Lizzie Cannon
  • Marie-Louise Jones
  • Mikel Krumins
  • Natasha Cantwell
  • Omar Gawd
  • Poppy Green
  • Rosie Riggir
  • Sooim Jeong
  • Sophie Elenor-Turner
  • Straton Heron
  • Vincent Lum
  • Ward Zwart

 

 

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Project 2012-01-10 19:03:39 +1300

Update - We did it!

Thanks to the promotion via PledgeMe In House had web designers Tim Lewton and Jamie Connor offer free hosting space and design! Go to www.inhousecreativeprojects.com on Feb 1st to see the finished site...

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In House creative projects is a curatorial initiative working within start up and established venues (retail, cafe, corporate, clubs and bars) and artist run spaces.  We have  an international network of independent curators, collectives, photographers, filmmakers, interdisciplinary artists, writers, designers, producers, musicians and promoters.  Our focus is on strengthening the independent careers of creative professionals through the running of events, exhibitions and workshops.

With a head quarters now in Auckland we are currently programing for the new exhibition space: Number 4 Gallery, situated behind K’ Rd at 4 Cross Street.

Our launch party and inaugural exhibition of 2012; Space is the Place opens at 8pm on March 1st.  Like us on Facebook for updates!
 

Who we are:

Joanna Galvin
Joanna Galvin holds a BFA from Whitecliffe School of Art and Design.  She  is an artist, photographer, curator and the Director of In House creative projects.  Born in Auckland she has lived in Vienna and mostly recently, London.  Jo begun curating upon returning to Auckland  from a year in London in 2003 at K’ Rds NU creative space.  She then went on to run Kiss and Make up club with established Auckland based promoter Matthew Crawley, where the club denizens became her subjects and the walls her gallery.  Her passionate relationship with photography and the camera itself led her to co-curate Project Lomo 1 &  Project Lomo 2 with Japanese artist Akinonbu Uchimoto, celebrating the art of snap shot photography, by artist and enthusiast.  Following a year long commitment to Cross Street Studios, her and fellow artist London based Leah Forsyth established Liberty Gallery, a pop up curatorial concept project that exhibited artists such as New Zealands own Imogen Taylor and introduced Belgium artist Ward Zwart.  Her most recent curation was that of Long White Cloud Gallery and Cafe in London’s east end, Hoxton where she was involved in the initial set up of the gallery space with In House London team who co-curated 5 exhibitions involving 52 international and London based artists. www.joannagalvin.com

Lia Kent Mackillop
A new addition to the In House curatorial team is Lia Kent Mackillop who is also a photographer, sculptor and  BFA Hons graduate from the Elam School of Fine Art. Lia was born in London, and has traveled extensively between the United Kingdom, the United States, and Aotearoa / New Zealand. Her nomadic background has contributed to her focus on travel and space in aspects of her work.  When she’s not out on shoots or going to shows, Lia can often be found at 95bFM. She is the creator of the ‘Who Arted?’ feature on Charlotte Ryan’s Morning Glory and continues to host the Monday Drive show.

Hannah Sarney
Not only is Auckland born and bred Hannah Sarney the In House Social Media Strategist, she is also a producer for one of New Zealand’s leading news websites. She’s in charge of sorting through and editing down the daily death, destruction and intolerance that amounts to ‘world news’. It also means she spends a lot of time faffing about on Facebook, Twitter and Tumblr. She’s spent the last six years hosting shows on 95bFM and is currently settled into the Saturday night request show. While she studied politics and sociology, a disposable camera is never far from her hand when she’s out and about.
 
Erin Forsyth
Curator and In House creative projects collaborator Erin Forsyth is a believer in creative thought and creative application.  Director of shared studio space Method and Manners and curatorial projects based company The Busy Nice, both established in 2009, she is also the former arts editor of The New Order Magazine and has worked as a freelance curator and prolific illustrator for over a decade.  Erins clients include Insight and Workshop Clothing, Children of Vision and Public Gallery.  She has exhibited extensively throughout New Zealand and Australia and her candidly dark illustrations and paintings have featured in local and international publications such as Lurve, Pulp, Yen and Black magazines.
www.erinforsyth.wordpress.com
 

Some Artists we've worked with:

  • Aaron King-Cole
  • ALAN & GRETCHEN
  • Anna Blackburn
  • Christiaan Nagel
  • Daisy Jones
  • Dominque Crowe
  • Erin Forsyth
  • Estella Castle
  • Freya Hobbs
  • Gavin Surgey
  • Haze Burke
  • Henrietta Harris
  • Imogen Taylor
  • Jo Galvin
  • Johnny Egdell
  • Jon Bergman
  • Jurgita Kalvaityte
  • Katie Elder
  • Keiran McGrath
  • Lizzie Cannon
  • Marie-Louise Jones
  • Mikel Krumins
  • Natasha Cantwell
  • Omar Gawd
  • Poppy Green
  • Rosie Riggir
  • Sooim Jeong
  • Sophie Elenor-Turner
  • Straton Heron
  • Vincent Lum
  • Ward Zwart

 

 

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Hey! Thanks for checking out this project.

We haven't made any updates yet, follow us if you want to be notified when we do.

Danielle
2012-01-21 10:57:27 +1300
Prue Clark
2012-01-14 13:07:58 +1300
Philip Bartle
2012-01-12 01:06:10 +1300

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